Grateful Dead Live at Student Center on 1969-03-28
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
d1t01 - //Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
d1t02 - Dark Star ->
d1t03 - St. Stephen ->
d1t04 - The Eleven ->
d1t05 - Death Don't Have No Mercy
d2t01 - Turn On Your Lovelight
d2t02 - Cryptical Envelopment ->
d2t03 - Drums ->
d2t04 - The Other One ->
d2t05 - Cryptical Envelopment
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|//Good Morning Little Schoolgirl|
|Dark Star ->|
|St. Stephen ->|
|The Eleven ->|
|Death Don't Have No Mercy|
|Turn On Your Lovelight|
|Cryptical Envelopment ->|
|The Other One ->|
SBD -> Cassette Master -> Dat -> CD supplies
The Eleven (5:54 - 6:09)
All of Set 2
-- Disc change is seamless
-- Thanks to Rob Bertrando for the patch source
-- The start of Schoolgirl is clipped, not too much is missing
- 2008-03-07 14:21:20
- Dat -> Samplitude Professional v8.01 -> FLAC
- Modesto, CA
- Run time
- Transferred by
- Charlie Miller
- Student Center
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Subject: This is a great one
Subject: Stellar Show!
The last bit of the 2nd Cryptical was also killer. I had to pick my jaw off the floor on multiple occasions.
Overall, this is fantastic Grateful Dead show with a pretty awesome sound. No complaints from me!
Subject: TIFTOO !!!
Dark Star is a treat. Some great work in the middle segment with Jerry in particular pulling new licks out right and left, some unique almost Sputnik stuff after that, then they move into one of the most powerful climaxes of any Dark Star, and a Sitting on Top of the World tease before the final verse. Exquisite transition into a solid St. Stephen although I find the tempo just a bit hurried and there is a kind of a "what was that moment" where it almost seems like Jerry is about to laugh and another rocky spot.
They recover for a great William Tell bridge-- a really, really well done one in fact. The first 5 minutes or so of The Eleven are just exquisite. Then there is a kind of a weird period--seems like maybe something isn't working quite right--then they muff the lyrics, then they get it working again, then Jerry just drops out, but Bob and Phil get a nice little jam going. Jerry comes back without about a minute left, but they just wind it up. It is a flawed version, for sure, but it has some absolutely great moments too.
A pretty exemplary Death Don't Have No Mercy. Same with Lovelight, which just crackles with energy. Jerry rips it up in the first part, but it doesn't quite finish as strong, which they rarely do.
The That's It for the Other One is one of the best. Superb version, particularly the Cryptical Reprise. Just brimming with originality. They tease an early end and going into Cosmic Charlie, I think later one they did cut short and go there, but this time they come back into another 4 minutes of Cryptical Reprise that is just amazing. I can't recommend this one highly enough.
Subject: This is the fire!
Subject: Jerry does it again
Subject: 17 seconds
Why wouldn't the second set just be one track - That's It For The Other One?
Subject: take some coke?
Shame on him. Another typically rip roaring '69 set.
Subject: This is the stuff
~ Let the good times roll
Subject: Outstanding Death Don't
Subject: how bout everything else?
the rest of this is pretty fantastic tho...yet another epic '69 dark star, ranging from brutally intense to quietly psychedelic and beautiful, a serious as death death don't, and a great TIFTOO suite among the highlights...
Subject: Wow! Jerry is jamming on the Guitar
Man oh man Jerry was in the zone in this tape.
Some of the best dark star jamming I have ever heard.
His picking and jamming is AMAZING!
Subject: terrific sound
Thnak you archive!
Love the early Darkstar found here.